Our clients consider this trip to be the best in our offer, so that's the reason we named it this way. On this day tour we will enjoy the view of Jaz beach, visit the Old Town of Budva, taking photos above Sveti Stefan island.
A panoramic drive through Brajići above Budva towards Cetinje, a city of historical importance for Montenegro and a panoramic drive through Njeguši and Trojica hill above Boka bay with a few breathtaking photos stops to the small town of Perast, the beautiful example of Baroque architecture, with an optional visit to Our Lady of the Rocks island and back to Kotor/start point where we finish this trip.
1-2 persons / 220 € in total
3 persons / 240 € in total
4 persons / 260 € in total
5 persons / 300 € in total
6 persons / 340 € in total
7-8 persons / 360 € in total
* For a group of over 8 persons, please contact us for pricing information. This will probably affect the duration of the tour.
* Agency reserve the right to increase or lower prices to the final booking.
- English speaking representative of the company
- Complete travel organization
- Tourist taxes for the old town of Budva
- Photo stops above Jaz beach and Budva Riviera with a view of St.Stefan island
- Photo stops above Boka bay and Kotor cruise port
- Short walking tour in Cetinje
- Walking tour in the old town of Budva with visiting the beach by the town's walls
- Short walking tour in Perast town
- Bottle of water per person
Additional costs only if you wish to visit Our Lady of the Rocks:
- boat ride and visit Our Lady of the Rocks island church and museum (30-40minute) 5 Euros for a person.
- Lunch break in Njegusi village for enjoying the local traditional food and brandy and wine. You can also see the traditional way of ham preparation by visiting the smokehouse which is a part of the restaurant. This would be approximately 5-15 Euros per person, depend on what you order for lunch.
Note: All of our tours are private, tailor-made tours. Please feel free to create your own tour.
Note: Instead of visiting Perast we could add swimming time on Jaz beach. This would be perfect especially if we have kids in the group.
More about the tour:
We start this tour with a scenic drive from Kotor through Budva Riviera to Budva old town. The first photo stop will be above Jaz beach. The beach was the venue of the concert of the Roling Stones and Madonna.
On the way to the old town, you will be able to see the Island of St. Nicholas which is the largest in the southern part of the Adriatic Sea. As a curiosity and attraction are the island's deer that live here in a natural reserve. According to the legend...
Budva is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Sea. It is surrounded by ramparts originating from the XV century including a medieval fortification system with city gates, defense walls, and towers.
The Old Town of Budva was badly damaged in the devastating 1979 earthquake but was completely rebuilt. Today Budva is the center of nightlife in Montenegro so it is the most popular place for young people but the town offer fun for everybody.
Wider area around the city of Budva, along with the coast, is known as the Budva Riviera. Budva Riviera is the center of Montenegro's tourism and is known for its sandy beaches and small villages. If you want to take a swimming break at the first class beaches of Budva Riviera is the right place for you.
During our stay in Budva, after the walking tour, we continue to Cetinje via Brajici.
Driving to Cetinje is approximately 40 minutes long, and belongs to a panoramic drive. The road leads to the interior of Montenegro. With a gazebo from the village Brajici through which the road passes is a magnificent view of Budva and Budva Riviera.
As we drive that way, during this tour, it can happen to see paragliders who use Brajici springboard/airfield with its 850meters altitude. Pause in the lookouts will take away more 5 minutes of our time.
Cetinje is known as the historical and cultural capital of Montenegro, and two buildings for which the city is most recognizable are Cetinje Monastery and Njegoševa Biljarda (Billiard House). Cetinje Monastery is one of the most visited religious centers in Montenegro.
Tourists and believers there can bow to relics of St. Peter, but besides many icons, the iconostases and church relics, impressive and mystical works, in the monastery is the ark in which are the relics of St. Peter. Monastery of how it looks today was built in 1701.
Billiard House, the former residence of Petar II Petrovic Njegoš was built in 1838, is a place where a visitor can properly feel the time, circumstances and conditions in which the great Montenegrin secular and spiritual leader, poet, and philosopher, made his most important works.
Petar II Petrović Njegoš was a Prince-Bishop of Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Metropolitan of Cetinje, a philosopher, and poet, whose work is considered responsible for the modernization of Montenegro. His most famous work ‘’Gorski Vijenac” ("The Mountain Wreath") in Vienna was rated as "the ingenious creator of the manuscript".
From Cetinje, we continue our trip to Njegusi village.
Njegusi is the village near Cetinje and it's crucial for the history of Montenegro and strongly attached to Cetinje. In the village, there is a house of Bishop Petar Petrovic Njegoš.
About the historical importance of Njegusi to Montenegro, we could write for hours and it is not easy even to describe the magnificent view and the beauty of nature to modern tourists. This is a place you simply have to see, to experience, to taste.
The road to Njegusi was the only link with Cetinje and Kotor and with all Montenegrin coast. The road constantly rises and reaches an altitude of 1000 m height that provides fantastic views from this road to the "Bride of the Adriatic". The view is hard to describe in words. Each serpentine, and there are 25 of them, presents a spectacular view of the breathtaking Boka Kotorska Bay.
During the trip, along with the way, there is also a restaurant which offers traditional food, brandy and wine. All are homemade and tasty. On your request, we can organize a stop here.
While coming down and nearing the end of our ride we will stop once at Trojica hill to take photos and slowly enter the city crowds of Kotor.
Perast is a quiet and peaceful place. Especially interesting is an island near the city named Gospa od Skrpjela, the only artificially constructed island in the Adriatic Sea and church on the island, built in 1667...
As an additional activity, we can organize a visit to the Our Lady of the Rocks for an additional fee. That is possible to decide on the trip.
In Perast we stay for about 30 minutes.
We’re returning back to Kotor where you have time to research this beautiful medieval city.
The Old Town of Kotor is a well preserved medieval urban environment typical of the towns built in the XII and XIV centuries. A great number of historical monuments have made Kotor a UNESCO listed "World Natural and Historical Heritage Site"
On your request, if you have extra time we can organize a short walking tour of Kotor for a small additional fee.